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Parts of the valley under an emergency flood warning Thursday night

Parts of the valley under an emergency flood warning Thursday night

Minto, ND (WDAY TV) - Parts of the valley are under an emergency flood warning tonight. Crews closed U.S. Highway 81 through Minto overnight because of water over the road and dangerous conditions.

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Surplus of sandbags left over from 2013

Surplus of sandbags left over from 2013

Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - It was one year ago that Fargo was putting out the call for volunteers to come to Sandbag Central to put together one million sandbags. Today, there are two million empty bags stored in town; and 750,000 "filled” bags in storage around the city.

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Insufficient drainage system in Mapleton is still being looked into

Insufficient drainage system in Mapleton is still being looked into

Mapleton, ND (WDAY TV) - Homeowners in a housing development in Mapleton, are still looking for answers to a water drainage problem.

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5 year anniversary of the 2009 flood

5 year anniversary of the 2009 flood

Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - 5 years ago today the Red River Flood of 2009 crested at 40.84 feet.

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Valley City flood protection plans are in place and not everyone is in favor

Valley City flood protection plans are in place and not everyone is in favor

Valley City, ND (WDAY TV) - Permanent flood protection for people in Valley City is closer to reality.

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Fargo Mayor Dennis Walaker makes annual flood prediction for Fargo-Moorhead

Fargo Mayor Dennis Walaker makes annual flood prediction for Fargo-Moorhead

Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - After years of fighting floods, we may finally have a chance at a normal spring.

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Prospect of serious flooding in Fargo-Moorhead remains slim in new outlook

Prospect of serious flooding in Fargo-Moorhead remains slim in new outlook

FARGO – The outlook still calls for light to moderate flooding in the Red River Valley despite a snowy forecast this week, the National Weather Service said Thursday.

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Homes in the diversion alignment could see assessments increase

Homes in the diversion alignment could see assessments increase

Fargo, N.D. (WDAY TV) -Those living within the diversion alignment could see a new special assessment pop up down the road.

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Seven members of Oxbow’s new Job Development Authority seek $6,500 a month in wages

Seven members of Oxbow’s new Job Development Authority seek $6,500 a month in wages

Fargo, N.D. (WDAY TV) -We learned more today about a plan that would pay seven members of Oxbow's new Job Development Authority up to $6,500 per month for their work with flood protection.

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Oxbox Mayor wants to be paid for his role in flood protection planning

Oxbox Mayor wants to be paid for his role in flood protection planning

Oxbow, ND (WDAY TV) - It was a story we first broke last week; The Mayor of Oxbow asking to be paid for his role in flood protection planning.

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A team of community leaders are on a quest for permanent flood protection

A team of community leaders are on a quest for permanent flood protection

Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - It's constantly on the minds of our local leaders…all the more as the spring thaw nears - Flooding.

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National Weather Service: Red River at low risk for major flooding

National Weather Service: Red River at low risk for major flooding

Fargo, N.D. (WDAY TV) -There's a good chance we'll get a break from major flooding this spring.

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Fargo cleaning up Red River in preparation for possible flood

Fargo cleaning up Red River in preparation for possible flood

Fargo, N.D. (WDAY TV) -River cleanup is underway in the Valley, preparing for a possible spring flood.

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60 on 6: Ada rocked by blizzard, flood

60 on 6: Ada rocked by blizzard, flood

Ada, MN (WDAY TV) - Most of us have spent recent weeks wondering if winter can be any more miserable - it can.

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Army Corps of Engineers will move forward with current diversion plan

Army Corps of Engineers will move forward with current diversion plan

Fargo, N.D. (WDAY TV) -At today's Diversion Authority Board meeting, one board member urged others to attend meetings with upstream communities affected by the project.

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